George and the Dragon

Paperback | March 25, 2003

byChris Wormell

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The awesome and frightening dragon has a deep, dark secret.

Far, far away in the darkest cave in the deepest valley amongst the highest mountains there lives a huge and terrifying dragon. With his fiery breath and mighty strength, this awesome beast fears no man. But there is something he is afraid of…. Enter George: he may not look like much of a hero, but a hero he turns out to be. Chris Wormell’s ferociously good illustrations contrast brilliantly with this gently humorous story.

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The awesome and frightening dragon has a deep, dark secret. Far, far away in the darkest cave in the deepest valley amongst the highest mountains there lives a huge and terrifying dragon. With his fiery breath and mighty strength, this awesome beast fears no man. But there is something he is afraid of…. Enter George: he may not look li...

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The awesome and frightening dragon has a deep, dark secret. Far, far away in the darkest cave in the deepest valley amongst the highest mountains there lives a huge and terrifying dragon. With his fiery breath and mighty strength, this awesome beast fears no man. But there is something he is afraid of…. Enter George: he may not look li...

Chris Wormell‘s other books include: Where I Live and What I Eat, Blue Rabbit and Friends, Blue Rabbit and the Runaway Wheel, and Animal Train.

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Format:PaperbackPublished:March 25, 2003Publisher:Random House UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0099417669

ISBN - 13:9780099417668

Appropriate for ages: 3 - 5

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“The drawings are excellent. You’d think Wormell had a real dragon in his studio.” -- Daily Telegraph

“Dramatic illustration and clever humour that infants will find irresistible.” -- TES

“Quirky and ebullient, this is excitingly plotted, vividly illustrated, and has a classy enduring feel.” -- Independent